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Tutoring Resources

Welcome to the ANHS tutoring page. We strive to provide students with multiple ways to achieve academic success. Part of this is recognizing that some students need additional assistance outside of class time.

As a first step to receiving academic support – be sure to contact your teacher via CANVAS to gain feedback, ask clarifying questions, and prepare for tests & quizzes.

 

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Are you paired up as an observer on your child’s CANVAS account?  If not, please watch this video to learn how

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Peer Tutoring

  • Tutoring is offered by Aliso Niguel High students who are also members of the National Honor SocietyThere is no cost for their services.
  • NHS members must tutor a minimum of three hours per semester as part of their service to the ANHS community as well as maintain a minimum 3.75 weighted GPA each semester in order to remain "in good standing" with the National Honor Society. They must have exceptional character, leadership ability, and moral integrity.
  • 2020-2021 NHS tutor names list available soon.
  • Need some help with math?  What about chemistry, physics or science?  English?  History?  French or Spanish?  National Honor Society students are ready to help you for free with any subject on Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:00-3:30 p.m.  Join us online! 

    Click HERE for the Zoom link. 

Community Resources

Mission Viejo Library

Beginning in July of 2019, the Mission Viejo Library has subscribed to a new service called Tutor.com (a service of The Princeton Review) to provide live, one-on-one tutors to assist students and adult learners. This service is free to use with your Mission Viejo Library card. With Tutor.com students are able to:

  • Ask a question or get help with a specific assignment.
  • Work one-on-one with a live tutor. Live one-to-one help is available every day from 10:00am to 12:00am PST.
  • Submit a paper for review.
  • Screen share an assignment.

CSU, Fullerton College of Education

Cal State Fullerton is offering a free Virtual Tutoring program for students. The College of Education at California State University, Fullerton has created a free virtual tutoring program for the 1st-12th grade. Tutoring includes math, science, language arts, and social studies. In addition, the program has tutors who can tutor students who are taking high school Spanish or French, and students who are participating in dual immersion programs. Students/Parents may use this link above to sign up for a date, time, and subject area.

The Learn to Be Foundation

The Learn to Be Foundation is a nonprofit created to enrich students through free online tutoring. Students interact with a tutor through audio and digital chalkboards. Sessions are available from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and subjects include math, language arts and sciences. 

Need Help With Math?

Need extra help understanding math concepts in algebra?  Math Professor Larry Perez at Saddleback College put together a great website to be used as a resource for students who need that extra push!!!

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HELPFUL STUDY LINKS

Quizlet  A fantastic free online study guide that's fun to use.  You can create online flashcards, study for tests, practice your SAT, study with friends and there's a mobile app, too.

Grammarly This will check our grammar and spelling online before you turn in your work.  Just paste and copy into the site and it will help you look your best in print.  It also checks for plagiarism before you get into trouble.

Khan Academy Learn for free about math, art, computer programming, economics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, finance, history, and more. Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2006 by educator Salman "Sal" Khan with the aim of providing a "free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere".

STUDY TIPS

Tips to Improve Study Skills:

  • Develop a study routine, each day and throughout the week.
  • Always try and study at the same place and the same time.
  • Keep a daily “to-do” list
  • Choose one or two places where you can study regularly.
  • Set goals for yourself.
  • Do your reading assignments before the material is discussed in class.
  • Note-taking is also a skill that can be learned
  • When it comes to long assignments or projects, it is important NOT to wait until the last minute.
  • No cramming the night before tests! Space out your studying and get enough sleep the night before.